SOLD OUT: Bellefair Kew Beach Residences

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Welcome to the Bellefair Kew Beach Residences, a new development in the heart of the Beaches consisting of 23 luxury condominiums and 6 townhomes. Construction is slated to begin in Spring 2011 with occupancy in Fall 2012.

We spoke with Shane Fenton, Vice President of Reserve Properties, the developers, about this unique property. Directly across from Kew Gardens, the Bellefair Kew Beach Residences combines modern interior space while retaining the exterior facade of the church currently on site.

The complex will offer common elements such as a party room, fitness centre, doggie spa and a private landscaped courtyard.

Take a look at the open concept kitchen complete with Scavolini custom cabinetry, granite or quartz countertops, a stainless steel AEG gas stove and Liebherr fridge.

Features

All suites feature engineered hardwood floors, 9 foot ceilings and balconies. Penthouse suites feature large rooftop terraces that offer expansive views of downtown Toronto and/or Kew Gardens.

Inside parking is planned to be available.

Neighbourhood

The TTC 501 Queen streetcar is directly outside the front door, and the building is within walking distance to schools, The Beaches Branch public library, and Lake Ontario.  Across the street lies Kew Gardens, home of tennis courts, a baseball diamond, outdoor winter ice rink and picnic area.  Also nearby are the boutique shops along Queen Street East.

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Comments

  1. Jessica earle says

    We have heard that many in this condo. Development are not being given the chance to buy parking. The development seems to have poor communiction with the buyers about changes of datedps and answering questions. We have heard many have already been flipped. Mis thos place a good investment and how will owners get along if some do not have parking available and others do?

    • Hi Jessica,

      Thank you for your comments. The project does certainly seem be taking longer than originally planned. I have noticed as well some re-sales occurring, but we almost always see that happen as a project gets closer to completion since some of the original purchasers would have been looking at this as an investment only and never planned to live there. Given normal market conditions, the value of condo units rise as the occupancy dates get closer, so we will see some turnover.

      In terms of parking, it is preferable to have at least one parking space per unit. But, that may not be such a major issue given the location of this property along the 24 hour Queen St streetcar line and the trend away from cars in the core of the city for residents.

      Are you planning on living here?

      George